BOCA RATON, Fla. – Digital Media Arts College (DMAC), a top accredited arts school located in Boca Raton, Fla., announced that its students were awarded a total of 17 ADDY® Awards at the recent Advertising Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale’s ceremony.
The ADDY Awards are one of the advertising design world’s toughest competitions and represent the spirit of creative excellence within all types of media advertising. Marking the best showing in the school’s history, winners from Digital Media Arts College include:
Arturo Rafael Fajardo – 2 Gold Medals
Stephanie Ruiz – 2 Gold, 2 Silver Medals
Shella Ann Boldrey – 2 Silver Medals
Jorge Rodriguez – 1 Silver Medal
Chris Downey – 1 Gold Medal
Olga Dziubina – 3 Gold, 4 Silver Medals
A complete listing of winners at this animation and graphic design school can be found at http://www.dmac.edu/addy-awards.
“The students and faculty of DMAC continue to push the boundaries of design, using latest technologies to reinvent the way creative visual messages are crafted,” says David Murvin, executive vice president of DMAC. “Our students’ recent ADDY wins are an example of what can be accomplished when dedicated individuals are exposed to specialized curriculum and instruction, and mentored in a hands-on college environment.”
Murvin continued, “We are incredibly proud of this year’s student winners. Landmark wins like this validate the strength of our programs and our belief that we’re one of the top accredited graphic design, visual effects and computer animation schools out there.”
DMAC is always looking for creative students ready to dream big and realize their potential. Visit www.dmac.edu/request-info and you could be next year’s ADDY winner!
About Digital Media Arts College
Digital Media Arts College is a private, accredited arts college located in Boca Raton, Fla. The school offers undergraduate and master’s programs in Graphic Design, Advertising Design, Visual Effects Animation, Computer Animation, and Game Art.
Within a small campus setting, DMAC students realize their potential in digital arts and develop the technical skills required to achieve a successful career. All classes are taught in a studio-like atmosphere within its new 33,000-square-foot facility equipped with industry-standard tools for digital graphic design and animation production.
For more information, visit www.dmac.edu, or call (866) 255-DMAC.